Spatial reference system

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A spatial reference system (SRS) is a means of assigning coordinates to a location and establishing relationships between sets of such coordinates. A spatial reference system consists of the following:

The SRS used by most GPS units is (lat/lon, geographic, WGS84).


See http://spatialreference.org/about/ for a good overview of spatial reference systems, especially for those known to GDAL.

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